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Youth Incorporated Magazine
Employee Strength:
21-50 . 
Summary:
Youth Incorporated, a leading youth magazine in Mumbai, India is owned by Splash Publication Pvt. Ltd., a publishing house with a young team that gets serious when it comes to career deciding choices. We strongly believe that today’s students are ambitious, confident, go-getters, who will become the fearless leaders of tomorrow. A decade ago, an average teen may have conceded with his or her destiny and chosen any conventional profession from the few options available. That is no longer so. Today’s youth firmly believe in the axiom “It’s choice, not chance, that determines your destiny.”. 


Youth Incorporated Magazine
Info: • Contact & meet the Marketing Managers of potential brands suitable for our TG • Contact & meet the Media Agencies who handle planning & buying of the advertising budget • Send offers and proposals to buy advertising space in print & digital format to the clients and media agencies • Attend client meetings, exhibitions, fairs etc for networking • Ideate and plan pitches for various brands and send dummy ads to client in co-ordination with Editorial, design & marketing teams • Client servicing so ensure the deliverables to the client are completed and payments/deliverables received from them
Corporate Offices
Splash Publication Pvt. Ltd.
F9 & 10 Commerce Centre, 6th floor,
78 Tardeo Road, Mumbai 400 034, INDIA.
Tel/Fax : +91-22 � 2351 6609 / 22
Email: mail@youthincmag.com
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Youth Incorporated, a leading youth magazine in Mumbai, India is owned by Splash Publication Pvt. Ltd., a publishing house with a young team that gets serious when it comes to career deciding choices. We strongly believe that today’s students are ambitious, confident, go-getters, who will become the fearless leaders of tomorrow. A decade ago, an average teen may have conceded with his or her destiny and chosen any conventional profession from the few options available. That is no longer so. Today’s youth firmly believe in the axiom “It’s choice, not chance, that determines your destiny.”